Swing Dance the Night Away to Live Music by Baby Soda Jazz Band
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All offers for Swing Dancing: WGBH & The Baby Soda Jazz Band have expired.
The last date listed for Swing Dancing: WGBH & The Baby Soda Jazz Band was Saturday May 3, 2014 / 7:00pm - 11:00pm (Beginners' Lesson: 7:00pm - 8:00pm).
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Experience all Boston's bounteous brunch scene has to offer and then some at Brunch Bar, a gathering with more than 100 different restaurants and artisan food producers. At spacious WGBH Studios, enjoy tasting-sized portions of foods ranging from the exotic to the down-home, with vendors ranging from the creative Chinese-American dishes of Mei Mei Street Kitchen to the decadent Belgian waffles of Zinneken's. Brunch Bar will also feature select craft beers, wines from around the world and some creative breakfast cocktails for you to enjoy, as well. As you work your way through this cornucopia of scrumptious sampling, you'll enjoy chef demos and live music, and walk away with a new appreciation for New England cuisine between the hours of late-morning and early-afternoon. Learn More
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